Winter Quarters

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. THOSE IN CLUSTERS ACCESS GALLERIES THAT CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE. Fibre optic broadband installation takes place in the exchange, and we cannot obtain a projected time for the work. It could be as late as midnight. James Peacock will therefore bring the router tomorrow morning. So the uploading strugglesContinue reading “Winter Quarters”

Phases Of The Moon

Last night I finished reading Josephine Tey’s finely crafted novel ‘Brat Farrar’. What was intriguing about this work was that we knew from the outset that the eponymous character ¬†was a fraudulently claiming to be a long lost, presumed dead, scion of the Ashby family. The mystery was how long he would be able toContinue reading “Phases Of The Moon”

Clocks And Whelks

This afternoon Jackie drove us to Lymington, where our two clocks were now ready. We parked in Gosport Street and walked down Quay Hill to Dials. The iron barriers on the kerbside ensure that careless photographers cannot step back into the road for wider close-ups. Loose Ends, in the left foreground of this photograph, standsContinue reading “Clocks And Whelks”